Index to Tennis Tips: updated October 9, 2018

45/35 45% of all shots in a match are a serve. 35% are return of serve
acceleration, in shots: slow then fast
angular momentum
anticipate, what is anticipation? How to improve yours.
A.P. Belt, helps you maintain an athletic position
athlete: Are you a tennis athlete. 3 tests to find out. Pat D video here
Attack Zone - in doubles
Australian, doubles formation

backboard: use garage door as one (and red balls (no dents))
backhand, one-handed, step back for power (not into the ball)
backswing, do a unit turn instead
ball toss
practice anywhere
bend (your knees on your serve)
bounce
(play the ball after the)
Bhupathi, Mahesh
Blaskower, Pat “The Art of Doubles” thanks for the “Wall” concept
BLUR: back, left, up, right
brush, up on the ball

Cayer, Louis: Doubles Tactics videos at youtube
chest to the sky on our serve
cool down; after tennis stretch
code, USTA, 1: courtesy
code, USTA, 34: hindrance
connect with your partner
connect, touch, eyes, smile USPTA
consistency(placement, power)
cooperative game you can play with practice partners. Y’all against tennis
count (your steps)
courtesy,

Defense Zone - in doubles
Dougherty, Pat: great youTube Coach
drills, rules for "practice" games
drop and load, 2nd element of modern forehand
doubles, consistency - 90% rule
doubles
, first serve in
doubles, haf hic check list
doubles, ritual - between point, connect
doubles, ritual - between point, game plan adjustments (see connect)
doubles, ritual - between point, plays
doubles, ritual - between point, positive
doubles, ritual - between point, share info
doubles, shot selection
doubles, watch opponents (don't turn around)
Dynamite Doubles by Helle Sparre Viragh

edge (of racket - attack with, practice anywhere)
edge drill video from Tomaz at Feel Tennis to correct waiter’s serve
emergency information / registration form
evaluate your game plan
execute  game plan, technique,

feel (the ball vs. touch)
feet, keep them moving
Feel Tennis, Tomaz  Mencinger GREAT VIDEOS at youtube
fencing skills to the net
find, the ball
fire and pull 3rd element of modern ground strokes
follow through practice anywhere
follow through relaxed full wrap
footwork, count your steps to quantify, after the bounce
forehands (to improve two-handed backhand)
formations, doubles: Australian, I, standard
four checkpoints of modern groundstroke

Gallwey, Tim: inner tennis, inner work
game plan, have one
green ball, the third ball in the ROG progression, 25% slower than a yellow ball
growing, learning, improving...

harder, second serve
head
, up on serve
hindrance, USTA code 34
hints-half page: doubles, mental, performance

I formation, in doubles
improve
, how-to
inner game, Tim Gallwey's Inner game website click here
inside your house, use red balls for “safe” tennis
inside-out forehand, what why how where

jazz
juice
jump

kinetic chain

learning, comfort zone
learning, tennis as a vehicle
Loehr, Jim: full engagement, recovery
lessons: no lines

mantra(of successful players)
mental: inner game, stay positive
mental game, check list
Mencinger, Tomaz  at Feel Tennis instruction on you tube
middle, hitting down ..
“mine” mine mine, be like the seagulls in finding Nemo. At the net get everything
mini-tennis, as a dynamic stretch
mobility score
momentum, managing in a match
momentum, in your serve
movement, feet
movement = tennis (go the the 5 minute mark in this video)

name (show them yours)
Nester, Daniel
Newton's 1st law

observe, let your genetics do the work
Oscar Wegner, one of the best YouTube coaches
Offense Zone - from where doubles games are won (especially when you attack)
open stance
open stance - 4 checkpionts
orange ball: the second ball in the ROG progression, 50% slower than a yellow ball

Pat Dougherty, one of the best youTube coaches
performance, check-list
physics, motion & states
placement
, after consistent
placement, down the middle
play into practice, add a rule
playbook, doubles strategy
players contract
positive (behavior, body language)
poaching (clues, go for more)
power, after consistent, placement
practice tips, (one page)
practice, anywhere, any time
practice (with purpose)
pros, mimic their strokes
pull-back on your one-handed backhand for power (not step forward)
purpose
push, be a pusher

quick, hands
quiet, head

ready position, widen your stance
recovery, component of growth and learning
recovery, part of stroke
Red ball: the ball for beginner players, 75% the speed of a yellow ball
ritual, doubles: see doubles ritual
ritual, serve
ROG, Red Orange Green Yellow, 4 colors of tennis balls for different skill levels
rotation,

seagull, attitude of one from "Nemo"
serve, attack with edge of racket
serve, chest to the sky
serve, first serve in
serve, hit up
serve, hit second serve harder
serve, keep your head up
serve, ritual - use one
serve, momentum creates racket speed (not strength)
service motion, practice anywhere
serve, remain sideways for topspin serve
serve, seven  fundamentals: ritual, target, stance, grip, ball toss, swing path, momentum
shot selection, down the middle
shoulder rotation
split step is really a split hop
squat all the time. Maintain an athletic power position. See the A.P. Belt
stretch, dynamic for a warm-up
stretch, static; after tennis
stress, necessary for growth, recover
strike zone (raise yours)
stroke, vs. touch: skin and ball
sword, parry your volleys

target, serve - all your strokes really
terminator (and workhorse) roles in doubles
three shot: cooperative gave to improve your most important strokes
tilt, hips to the net, chest to the sky
topspin,
toss, bend, tilt at the same time on your serve
Transition Zone - a descriptive  name for “No man’s land”
turn, drop, fire wrap = modern ground strokes
turn your wings 1st element of modern ground strokes

unit turn, instead of a backswing on groundstrokes and as volley preparation
USPTA connect article

verve

wall, in doubles be the wall at the net: cover the middle and the near side
warm-up and skills test
watch the ball
Wegner, Oscar: 2 Hour Tennis, TennisTeacher.com GREAT YOUTUBE videos
wings, turn them for a unit turn with your elbows up
workhorse (and terminator) doubles roles
wrap and roll 4th element of the modern forehand
wrist movements: flexion, extension, abduction, adduction
wrist, use of: groundstrokes, serve, volley

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yoga, poses for court stretching

zapp

Faulkner Tennis Center

Rules & the code

TriSail Tennis Tips

NETX

TenCap    UTR

Tennis Warehouse

Rankings (BBC Tennis)

NTRP ratings

Instruction - free site links

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